HAIR: WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW — Fine hair

HEAT and a HAIR BRUSH Nov 8th 2022

Better Balance Reduced Fatigue blow-dry styling BLOW-DRYING and how it affects HAIR COLOR Blow-drying brush Boar Bristle Brush Boar bristle Brushes BRUSH FOR Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Color fading combating heat damage combination of bristle type comfortable to hold Controlled Air Flow curly unruly hair types Damage free hair different bristle types dry faster less heat Ease of use and SPEED ergonomics excessive heat excessive heat damage Fine hair GENTLE TOUCH 3D Bristle Pattern Hair and scalp healthy scalp heat damage from extremely hot dryers. heat damage of hair heat damage of the hair HELP PREVENT COLOR FADING when BLOW-DRYING HOTHEADS Hair Brushes hotheads styling brushes longer handle Menopause Metal free. overheating/burning your hair preventative approach to styling Prevention of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Reduce drying time slide easily through Slippy vs Grippy Smoothing Brush smoothing hairbrush STRAIGHTENING BRUSH

HEAT and a HAIR BRUSH Nov 8th 2022

How Much Heat is Too Much? It’s not just your hair dryer, it’s your brush too amplifying the heat damage to your hair and roots. Some excessively hot hairdryers not only cause an uneven flash drying effect that removes surface moisture but can affect the internal moisture in the hair. The cuticle then becomes dry and brittle, so when the hair is wrapped over the brush or slide through this then causes the cuticle to crack, which can cause breakage when simply brushing the hair. Our experience with the many hair dryers we have tested has shown the temperatures are...

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COLD WEATHER and your HAIR, when the temperature drops from +0 fahrenheit to -0 fahrenheit

Best Brush Blow-drying brush Boar bristle Brushes BRUSH FOR cold weather and your hair Conditioners dehydration in the winter Ease of use and SPEED Fine hair HAIR JOURNEY Healthy Hair heat damage of hair How to eliminate static humidity more manageable and less flyaway Natural bristle brush overheating/burning your hair preventing droopy hair Self Care Hair Care Shampoos Treatments Weekly Treatments when the temperature drops what changes do I need to make in my hair routine when using a hair dryer look for signs of over heating Winter Hair Care

COLD WEATHER and your HAIR, when the temperature drops from +0 fahrenheit  to -0 fahrenheit

  COLD WEATHER and your HAIR: when the temperature drops from +0 fahrenheit to -0 fahrenheit. What you need to know when the temperature drops; what changes do I need to make in my hair routine.  Colder weather will have you using your hair dryer more often. When using a hair dryer routinely look for signs of overheating. This can be as simple as checking the filter on the back of your hair dryer for lint, this chokes the motor causing it to overheat and in some cases smoke or even worse catch on fire! We are often unaware of the...

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